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Ghana’s Rugby Eagles, Falcons Emerge Victors in Inaugural Tri Nations 7s Tournament

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Ghana Rugby Eagles Men and Women emerged unbeaten winners in the inaugural Tri Nations 7s tournament between Togo, Benin and Ghana held in Lome, Togo from Friday, August 19 to Sunday, August 20.

Ghana had an unprecedented run as both men and female teams secured wins in both games.

Rafatu Inusah, Director of Ghana Rugby and NSA coach who led the squad to Togo explained that it was an excellent opportunity to give a chance to several younger players from Cape Coast as well as Accra.

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We wanted to blend new youthful players with some National players knowing that we have both final Olympic qualifiers in October as well as the Africa Games in March next year”

The President’s of Togo and Benin as well as Rugby Africa Exco member responsible for Player Welfare attended the tournament and full of praise for all who participated.

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Head Coach of the Eagles Lovemore Kuzorera was hugely appreciative of the opportunity given to the younger players. He was impressed with the fitness and application of the new younger players even though there were mistakes to work.

We look forward to the next encounter. Sports is not only about preparation, training, nutrition, strength and fitness but also about playing. We call on all stakeholders to come and support these athletes as they prepare for the competitions ahead.

“Thanks to Mr. Herbert Mensah for his continuous support, thanks to Togo Rugby, it’s was a great experience and learning opportunity, the Men’s team Manager Mr. Salisu A. Rahman for his support. Also not leaving our Level 2 officiating officials from Ghana endorse by Rugby Africa Mr. Jeffery Chiwanda and assisted by Clement Dennis”.

“To our Eagle’s amen and Women, Ghana is proud of you and continue soaring higher”.

Source: Ghana Rugby

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